Well, it looks like some folks are coming to the District of Columbia this April 15 to protest under the "tea party" banner.
Yesterday, the Senate passed a jobs bill by a 70-28 vote, showing that even in today's polarized political climate, bipartisan solutions to the major problems facing the country are still
Elections took place Sunday, Nov. 29 in Honduras with National Party leader Porfirio Lobo declared the winner.
Voters in Maine and Washington state are being asked to vote this November on whether they want impose a rigid formula limit on state and local revenues and services.
I was recently talking with a European-American friend of mine who is also an evangelical. I am African-American and evangelical.
Here we go again. Some people raise the issue of race (this time about the ways others are talking about or treating the first black U.S. president) and the media goes crazy.
The first time I met Sen. Edward Kennedy was in the underbelly of the Capitol on the Capitol Subway.
Just received this: